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Tunes industry will bounce again after Covid-19 – MzVee


Dancehall act MzVee thinks the country’s songs marketplace will come back again more robust after the coronavirus pandemic.

Talking completely with JoyNews’ Becky, the ‘SHERIF’ hitmaker was optimistic factors will go back to normal.

She said “a ton of musicians are releasing tracks and tunes video which are trying to keep people today entertained.

“I consider the music market immediately after Covid-19 will bounce back, it’s possible not as before long as predicted since of deficiency of revenue in the technique but after someday when that is sorted, I assume the music marketplace will be sorted a single hundred percent.

“I believe this period of time has presented us the prospect to think deep to discover approaches of generating functions on a variety of on the internet platforms to maintain interest and preserve our audiences entertained and I believe that when we are ideally back again to mainstream routines, this new factor will be a reward in preparing us for the future”

The “Hold me Down” singer was also content about the gains Ghana has created when it arrives to combating the virus that has at the moment contaminated 5,638 individuals and killed 28 some others.

“I think we are carrying out nicely as a nation in educating the general public on the coronavirus. Schooling does not close. We just have to keep making a lot more sounds about it specially to our brothers and sisters in the rural places who do not have obtain to Television and all these devices that will convey the news to them.

“So we want to just maintain reminding people today for the reason that we have a tendency to overlook how really serious this is but I imagine we are accomplishing very well as a nation in managing the distribute of the virus” she added.

MzVee, is a Ghanaian singer, Afropop, dancehall and R&B artiste. Her debut solo album options many strike singles which includes ‘Borkor Borkor’, ‘Natural Girl’, and ‘Dancehall Queen.


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